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As you all know we do not post candid shots of Miss Witherspoon out of respect, however we do post on set film images if Reese doesn’t appear uncomfortable and we simply could not resist posting these gorgeous pictures of Reese looking lovely filming her first commercial for Avon! As we know, Reese was made the first Avon Global Ambassador earlier this year. Judging from these pics alone, I personally can’t wait to see the ad and I’m sure you will all agree. Enjoy!
September 14, 2007 • Category: Role Rumors
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The delightfully titled Tokyo Suckerpunch, which Tobey Maguire has been developing as producer and star for two years with screenwriter Ed Solomon (Men in Black) and producers Lucy Fisher and Doug Wick (Memoirs of a Geisha), has also recently picked up momentum. Now it looks like the movie — a romantic comedy/action/modern noir hybrid that uses live-action and anime — will reunite Maguire with Pleasantville costar Reese Witherspoon and writer-director Gary Ross, who also directed him in Seabiscuit.
“One of the most attractive things about it is that it combines anime with live action,” says Ross, who mixed black-and- white and color footage as a thematic device in Pleasantville, his 1998 directorial debut. “It presents a lot of stylistic opportunities in how you shoot the live action so that it works harmonically.”
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September 11, 2007 • Category: "Rendition"
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Actor Reese Witherspoon thinks Toronto is the perfect place to launch Rendition, a lacerating political thriller about the disappearance and torture of a man who is victimized by the CIA.
“It’s pretty exciting,” Witherspoon told Sun Media yesterday before Rendition – a possible Oscar contender this year – made its world premiere as a Gala at the 32nd Toronto International Film Festival.
“I think the Toronto film festival is always great for films that are filmmaker-driven and have a real idea behind them,” she said, suppressing a nagging cough but never complaining. “There are so many great tastemakers here, people who really enjoy film, people who really appreciate what we are trying to get out, what we are trying to reveal.”
In 2005, Toronto also launched Walk the Line, the Johnny Cash biopic that generated a best actress Oscar for her.
Now a seasoned veteran of Hollywood at 31, Witherspoon also knows how to keep on topic and maintain her privacy. She deftly demonstrated that yesterday when one question bumped into persistent rumours that she and co-star Jake Gyllenhaal became romantically involved on the film (she is now a single mom who is divorcing husband Ryan Phillippe).
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I have added two brief clips of Reese from this past week’s segments from Entertainment Tonight and E! News, one is an interview with Reese about this Jake Gyllenhaal rumors and the other is a very cute short clip of Reese on the red carpet. I also added captures to the gallery. I apologize for the poor quality, I am having problems with my cable. (Better than nothing, right 😉
This is just a brief note to let you guys know you can stream the majority of the Rendition Toronto press confrence on your computer over at the official TIFF website. Just select Rendition and the trailer will begin playing, and after you’ll be treated to the press conference.
If anyone is able to save this footage please contact us so we can add it to our video archives. 🙂
September 9, 2007 • Category: "Penelope"
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As earlier reported, Penelope was recently dropped by IFC films. IFC acquired domestic theatrical rights for Penelope last year at Toronto. It set release dates in April and then again in August before pulling the plug as part of its move to focus on its core business of smaller-budget indies. IFC was partnered with the Weinstein Co., which had acquired TV and homevid rights. Now it seems according to Variety, as if Summit Entertainment has acquired North American distribution rights.
Summit co-chair Rob Friedman made the announcement Wednesday. “It is the kind of material that will allow our marketing group to really shine,” he said.
Futhermore, Summit plans the film to be released on February 1st, 2008!
Well over 100 new images of Reese at The Toronto Film Festival have been added the gallery. You can view all of the new additions here. In this batch is a portrait session the cast of Rendition took. Remember to register/log in to view all the lovely new additions!
Ms. Witherspoon looked like a true movie star at the Toronto Film Festival Rendition premiere. She wore a stunning black number and had her hair on soft waves. It may be one of my personal favorite Reese looks of all time!
Unfortunately the word from Toronto is that Rendition does not quite live up to the expectations and early buzz. Below is a quote from Variety regarding Reese’s performance, which was quite crushing for me to read… Read full review here:
Even Witherspoon, normally the most spirited of performers who can inject even limited characters and blah scripts with her own spark, can do little but mope around and search for different ways to look worried. A limited acting exercise, to say the least.